Revenue payout on PayPal
In the settings section, enter your first name, last name, and email address that you use with your PayPal account. The minimum amount for withdrawal is $50.
Please, note: Ensure that this information is always up-to-date. If, for any reason, you change your PayPal linked email address, be sure to update this information in your profile.
If you don't have a PayPal account
To create an account, go to www.paypal.com and complete the registration process. After that, login to your Travelpayouts account and, in the Details section, enter the email address that you used when registering for PayPal.
Procedure for making payments
Payments at Travelpayouts are generated and transferred automatically. For more information about making payments, see the following article: Date and time of payouts.
Reasons why you haven't received payment yet
Check if your PayPal account is restricted
If your account is restricted when you attempt to make a payment, PayPal will reject it. To check if your account is restricted, use the following step-by-step guide: How do I remove a limitation from my account. If your account is indeed restricted, the initial attempt to make the payment will fail, but, at the beginning of the next month, we will try to process the payment again. If you have removed the account restrictions, the refund will be made according to the schedule during the next month.
The payment has not yet confirmed in your PayPal account
In the settings of your PayPal account, you can specify that each incoming payment should be processed manually. After receiving your payment notification, go to the PayPal website to confirm the amount:
- Login to your PayPal account.
- Go to the Summary section.
- Under the Pending payment status and next to the message indicating that the recipient has "Not Yet Accepted", click Approve.
If you don’t confirm your payment with PayPal within 30 days, the funds will be returned to us automatically.
No minimum amount to withdraw
Your balance has not yet exceeded $50 or the time has not yet come for a monthly payment.
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